Hundreds killed as military plane crashes in Algeria

More than 250 people including members of Western Sahara’s Polisario independence movement were killed when a military plane crashed in a field outside Algeria’s capital on Wednesday, officials said. Television footage showed crowds gathering around the smoking and flaming wreckage near Boufarik airport southwest of Algiers. A line of white body bags could be seen… Read More Hundreds killed as military plane crashes in Algeria

Google set to acquire Nokia’s airplane broadband business

Alphabet Inc’s Google is in talks to buy Nokia Oyj’s airplane broadband business, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter. Nokia’s technology could help Google offer a faster alternative to existing Wi-Fi on airplanes, the report said, adding that talks were advanced and a deal could be reached soon. A final decision,… Read More Google set to acquire Nokia’s airplane broadband business

U.S. wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile hold merger talks

​Sprint Corp has restarted talks to merge with T-Mobile US Inc, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday, the latest effort to bring together the fourth and third largest U.S. wireless carriers. The combined company would have more than 127 million customers and could create more formidable competition for the No.1 and No.2 wireless… Read More U.S. wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile hold merger talks

Publiseer And Caketunes Partner To Distribute More African Music To Global Platforms

Digital content distribution company, Publiseer, and music production and beat distribution company, Caketunes, has today concluded a partnership that will see more African musical contents around the world. Publiseer will distribute beats and songs uploaded on the Caketunes platform to hundreds of well-established music platforms like iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, Pandora, Deezer and Amazon… Read More Publiseer And Caketunes Partner To Distribute More African Music To Global Platforms

Publiseer Becomes The First African Publisher To Join IPDA

Publiseer, a Nigerian digital publisher, becomes the first African publishing company to join the International Publishing Distribution Association, an international umbrella organization for companies in the field of publishing distribution. Some notable companies part of IPDA are Bookwire (Germany), BookRepublic (Italy), Vearsa (Ireland), DeMarque (Canada), Overdrive (USA), Numilog (France), Cyberlibris (France), Hipertexto (Colombia), Netizen (México),… Read More Publiseer Becomes The First African Publisher To Join IPDA